Originally Posted by MOFSTEEL
If you Google plastidip removal fail you'll see countless videos that show how not easy it is to remove in many cases.
I guess the same can be said for vinyl depending on the product, application, and time it's be adhered.
Wow ...$50 a wheel to plastidip.
If you Google Plastidip removal fail, you will see that 95% of those posts and videos are from people who did several things wrong.
1. They didn't properly prep. Just like any paint product, you need a clean surface and proper temps for correct adhesion.
2. They sprayed too much per layer or too little.
3. They did it themselves armed with only what they read on the internet.
If you actually read the posts and threads that you are referencing, you will also see that those fails were admitted mistakes as mentioned above.
Never once did I suggest the OP do it himself. I suggested from the offset that he finds a professional to do it because they actually know wtf they are doing in most cases.
Professionals are also insured in the unlikely event there is an issue that causes damage. Just like professional painters, professional vinyl shops, et al.
And yes, $50 to professionally dip a wheel. Still a lot cheaper than buying a new set of wheels that you may not like once they are on your vehicle. Don't like the dip? Peel it off.
Anyway, I am done with this conversation. I offered a suggestion to the OP and he can take it or leave it as he pleases. I don't know what this personal vendetta is you have against me or plasti-dip but I would appreciate it if you turned your negative rhetoric down a little bit.